Long‐range Proton–carbon Coupling Constants In Conformational Analysis Of Oligosaccharides

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The long-range coupling constants were measured using the pulse sequence of Fig. 2c (or 2d). The following parameters Fig. 1 800 MHz 1H spectra of cellobiose. Expansions of the anomeric and aglyconic signals of the isotropic, (a) + (c), and aligned, (b) + (d), samples. The structure of cellobiose, together with the ring and atom numbering used, is

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